Where Will Porsche Supercup Race in 2024?

The Porsche Supercup will feature on the support schedule at eight European F1 weekends in 2024, beginning with the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

The Porsche Supercup returns for the start of its 32nd season at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in May. The eight-race 2024 calendar is based entirely in Europe and is identical to this year’s schedule. Further races will take place at Monaco, the Red Bull Ring, Silverstone, the Hungaroring, Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and Zandvoort. The 2024 Porsche Supercup season will come to a close at Monza, over the Italian Grand Prix weekend, on September 1. 

In November 2022, Formula 1 confirmed that Porsche Supercup will remain on the Grand Prix support schedule until at least 2030, following the signing of a new deal between Porsche and F1.

F1 fans are in for a packed support bill in 2024, with Formula 2 and Formula 3 both on the track schedules at seven of the eight events at which Porsche Supercup is present, with the exception of the Dutch Grand Prix.

2024 Porsche Supercup Calendar

DatesEventWhere?Other Support Categories
May 17-192024 Emilia Romagna Grand PrixImolaFormula 2, Formula 3
May 23-262024 Monaco Grand PrixMonacoFormula 2, Formula 3
June 28-302024 Austrian Grand PrixSpielbergFormula 2, Formula 3
July 5-72024 British Grand PrixSilverstoneFormula 2, Formula 3
July 19-212024 Hungarian Grand PrixHungaroringFormula 2, Formula 3
July 26-282024 Belgian Grand PrixSpaFormula 2, Formula 3
August 23-252024 Dutch Grand PrixZandvoortFormula 2
August 30-September 12024 Italian Grand PrixMonzaFormula 2, Formula 3

Bastian Buus Wins the 2023 Porsche Supercup Title

Danish driver Bastian Buus was crowned the 2023 Porsche Supercup champion. Aged just 20, the Porsche junior driver became the series’ youngest every champion. In a consistent season, Buus won the round at the Red Bull Ring in Austria and achieved podium finishes in Monaco, Hungary, Belgium and the Netherlands. Buus took the title by five points from Dutch driver Larry ten Voorde, the series champion in 2020 and 2021. Thanks to a strong season from teammate Harry King, who finished third in the drivers’ standings, Buus’ team, BTW Lechner Racing from Austria, won the constructors’ title for a thirteenth time.

Over Three Decades of Porsche Supercup Racing

The Porsche Supercup was first introduced in 1993 and has always been held as a support series to Formula 1. It first supported F1 at the 1993 San Marino Grand Prix. The series primarily takes place in Europe, though in recent years the race has been on the support bill at the Mexican Grand Prix, the United States Grand Prix and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

As part of the continuation of the agreement signed between Formula 1 and Porsche in 2022, Porsche Carrera Cup Japan and Porsche Carrera Cup Asia will also appear on the schedule at Formula 1 events in their respective territories.

A major change for 2021 saw a new car introduced for the one-make series. The Type 992 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car has a slightly higher power output than the previous model, which was in use from 2017 to 2020.

The series’ list of champions in recent years includes Rene Rast, who who won three successive titles between 2010 and 2012 before going on to race in DTM and Formula E; sports car and touring car star Philipp Eng; and Earl Bamber in 2014, who went on to win the World Endurance Championship title alongside Timo Bernhard and Brendon Hartley in 2017.

Porsche Supercup has also attracted plenty of famous names as guest drivers in the past, including Mika Häkkinen, Richard Burns and, in more recent seasons, Michael Fassbender and Patrick Dempsey.

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